For the first time, undocumented immigrants can apply for driver's licenses in California.
The storm was expected to provide little relief from California's record, multi-year drought.
San Francisco is drenched, and social media is inundated with storm references.
No U.S. agency monitors ocean radioactivity, so the data comes from an independent lab
For six hours beginning on April 9, about 11 million Americans in seven states were left without access to 911 emergency services. The cause was a software glitch.
Law requires state-funded colleges and universities to adopt affirmative consent and other sexual assault policies
The debate between Gov. Jerry Brown and Republican Neel Kashkari featured something strange for our national political scene: substance.
The quake woke residents and caused some power outages and minor damage, according to initial reports
Tim Draper, a venture capitalist and billionaire, will put his proposal before California voters in 2016
Some 150 protesters waiving American flags and shouting "Go home - we don't want you here," filled a street leading to the access road for a Border Patrol station
Officials worry shallower riverbeds might pose a lethal threat to the fish
The new legislation includes a caveat supported by rape survivors: sexual assault must be reported to the police unless the victim expressly requests otherwise.